Learning Outside of The Classroom


"Memorable activities lead to memorable learning."


We know that learning outdoors can positively influence pupils' behaviours and attitudes, and enhance personal, social and emotional development.  

Well planned and resourced learning opportunities enrich the experience of teaching and learning by exciting the children and strengthening team building and communication - necessary lifelong skills.  

Forest School

Both Clutton Outdoor Play and forest school help our pupils to safely develop the lifelong necessary skills of recognising and evaluating risks, in building personal resilience. 

'Resilience is one of our school values'


Forest School at Clutton Primary



these special sessions help children with motor skill development and improved mental health and well-being.  Therefore it is an important part of our nuture support programme.


Trips and Visits

Carefully planned and mapped trips and visits, enrich our school curriculum

By planning trips to the theatre, museums, galleries and wildlife parks, we aim to provide wider opportunities and experiences for all.  These help to address gaps created through social mobility (Social Mobility Commission).  Through our Pupil Premium Funding, eligible pupils have half of all school trips and payable clubs funded.